Sorry for the delay...was on vacation. My daughter-in-law's mother died there in 1942 and was supposed to have been there for 7 years, so that puts her time at the hospital starting at 1935. Our situation is similar to yours as she was not buried with her husband. Her husband was buried at Rose Hill Cemetery in Oaklahoma City but she is not there. I searched the few cemeteries that are available in Salt Lake City Family History Center in their films (Fairlawn, Memorial Park and Rose Hill) but could not find her there. Of course there are many other cemeteries but your idea of a cemetery connected to the hospital is a good one. I have not found out much about the hospital except that I did find a video on line that was a "advertisement" for the hospital to promote it as being progressive. It looked pretty archaic to me. I just tried to google it so I could share it with you but cannot find the link. If you ever find any more about a cemetery connected to this I would appreciate anything you might find out.
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